magnum low voltage air circuit breakers

magnum low voltage air circuit breakers
MAGNUM
LOW VOLTAGE AIR CIRCUIT BREAKERS
For more information on Cutler-Hammer products and services,
call 1-800-525-2000 or 1-616-982-1059, or visit our website at
www.cutlerhammer.eaton.com
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
Publication No. B.22F.01.S.U
September 1998
Printed in U.S.A. / CMS 2301
B22F01SU
Cutler-Hammer, a part of Eaton Corporation, is a worldwide leader providing
customer-driven solutions. From power distribution and electrical control products
to industrial automation, Cutler-Hammer utilizes advanced product development,
world-class manufacturing, and offers global engineering services and support.
Achieving the Industry’s Highest
Interruption and Withstand Ratings
In a New Compact Design
Magnum
Reliability
and Uptime
Information and
Systems Integration
More Information
Visit our Website
If Your System’s Not Up…It’s Down
Power for Productivity
In today’s electrical distribution systems,
the demand for higher standards of protection and coordination are driven by
demands for a more reliable, more accurate distribution system. A distribution
system that eliminates unnecessary trips,
isolates a fault to ensure minimum downtime, and provides system information
to assist the user to better manage the
system.
Energy costs are rising an average eight
to 10 percent per year…maintenance and
engineering staffs are trying to do more
with less…and electrical power quality is
decreasing. These situations are providing increased pressure on electrical staff
personnel to improve quality.
Cutler-Hammer has developed a complete family of microprocessor-based devices to meet the demands of users and
designers of electrical distribution systems. Our Digitrip OPTIM Programmable
and Digitrip RMS Electronic Trip Units
offer circuit protection, information, integral testing, remote communications,
and energy monitoring functions for low
voltage breakers…while a Digitrip 1150i
Programmable Trip Unit has been engineered exclusively for Magnum Breakers.
A solution is power distribution monitoring because it provides information from
the utility substation all the way down to a
small kW motor…quickly and reliably, empowering maintenance and engineering
to take control of the distribution system.
Data on energy consumption, maintenance requirements, and troubleshooting
are at their fingertips, providing savings in
both time and money. The Cutler-Hammer
IMPACC System uniquely interrogates
the electrical system for necessary firsthand information and displays it with
easy-to-understand software.
Magnum is accessible on-line through
the Cutler-Hammer Internet site. Visit
the Cutler-Hammer homepage at
www.cutlerhammer.eaton.com
and click on Magnum.
Magnum Literature
Additional product literature is available from your local Cutler-Hammer
sales office.
Magnum Breaker Product Aid
(PA.22F.02.S.U) – Bulletised twopage format, including unique
breaker features, ratings, and
dimensional data.
Magnum Product Guide
(PG.22F.01.T.U) – Detailed material on Magnum functions, technology, ratings, dimensions, and
ordering information.
Cutler-Hammer Sales Offices
For a detailed presentation on the
additional benefits and cost savings
that Magnum can create for you,
call your nearest Cutler-Hammer
sales office or distributor.
Copyright Cutler-Hammer Corporation, 1998.
All Rights Reserved
A result is information that is used to
assess the on-line performance of an
installed power system, followed by
intelligent action to keep the system
on-line and productive.
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Magnum
Cutler-Hammer
Power for Productivity
For Greater Reliability, Increased Productivity,
and Significant Cost Savings...
Cutler-Hammer has the Solutions
Power Quality
Cutler-Hammer…
A Global Provider of
Electrical Power Distribution Solutions
Energy Management
In today’s sophisticated
distribution systems, providing
Technology
power requires more than just
Advancements
meeting minimum standards.
and Innovative
It necessitates implementation
Features
of solutions that range from
efficient distribution to
coordination to power quality
to energy management to
communications! The end result
is the production of cost-effective,
high quality products.
Our Customers
A Key to Distribution System Reliability
Nonlinear loads, momentary voltage
transients, and surges can cause significant power quality problems in both industrial and commercial facilities. Many
industrial processes and solid-state devices are extremely sensitive to power
quality problems…and manufacturing
operations can be disrupted by voltage
or frequency variances. Poor power
quality can result in expensive downtime
and costly equipment failures. Computer
data centres are very sensitive and minor
power disturbances can result in downtime and significant operational problems.
The negative effect of harmonics can result in overheated neutrals in panelboards,
switchboards, overheated transformers,
and nuisance tripping of breakers and
adjustable frequency drives.
Energy: If You Can’t Measure It,
You Can’t Manage It
Energy consumption is a major operations cost for any building and a significant part of every tenant’s rent. Electric
utilities, reacting to increased demands,
have developed programmes that provide
cost reductions for energy conservation
...but penalise for usage during peak demand hours. Additionally, re-regulation
of the utility industry is creating new
opportunities to save energy and significantly reduce energy expenses.
Tenants have the option to decrease
consumption if they can monitor energy
usage. By reducing their consumption,
peak demand charges (often a substantial portion of a building’s electric bill)
will be lowered, thus making the building
more attractive to prospective tenants.
Decreases in energy consumption are
also important in manufacturing facility
departments or “lines”. Many manufacturing companies are now placing the
responsibility for energy budgeting at the
line foreman level…and this includes calculating energy costs just the same as for
labor, materials, and other direct expenses.
Cutler-Hammer Engineering Services and Systems
Enhancing Existing Equipment Reliability
Increased system loads and normal
equipment wear can alter performance
characteristics and introduce unexpected
line variables. Cutler-Hammer Engineering Services and Systems provides a
solution with skilled engineers and technicians that conduct power quality site
surveys, and monitoring and evaluation
studies in addition to providing maintenance and retrofit services for existing
equipment.
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Asked For
in an
Air Circuit
Breaker
For nearly 70 years Cutler-Hammer has designed, engineered, and manufactured low voltage circuit breakers and trip units. Our unique product
developments have continually set the standard for quality, reliability, and
extended operating life.
We’re an industry leader in air circuit breaker innovations such as the first
solid-state trip unit, the first microprocessor-based trip unit, zone selective
interlocking, and the DE-ION® arc extinguisher that provides superior arc
quenching. We also innovated the Series C® Moulded Case Circuit Breaker
family that meets all major electrical world standards.
As a result of our extensive experience and worldwide installed base, we’ve
learned that air circuit breaker requirements constantly change. System designers continually demand increased performance, necessitating innovative solutions that provide higher ratings in less space, enhanced safety, and
allow for easier maintenance…plus the increasingly important capabilities
of communications and power quality monitoring and measurement.
Anticipating future electrical distribution system design requirements and industry trends worldwide, Cutler-Hammer engineers and scientists combined their extensive
air and moulded case circuit breaker expertise with input from industry-leading customers.
The result is the next generation of air circuit breakers…the revolutionary Magnum.™
Highest Ratings, Greater Strength, and Expanded Capabilities…in Less Space
We designed the Magnum Air Circuit Breaker with a rigid frame housing, making it structurally stronger while providing greater interrupting and withstand ratings in less space
than any other air circuit breaker. The innovative arc running system enables Magnum to
control the arc direction while also providing for higher interrupting capacity in a smaller
space. This system provides for longer contact life and increased interrupting ratings.
Increased ratings in less space provide opportunities to design more rugged electrical
distribution systems that can handle larger available fault currents, and provide for better
coordination with downstream devices.
We also included capabilities for our customers to use Cutler-Hammer industry-leading
communications and power quality measurement technologies.
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Highest Interruption and Withstand Ratings. Magnum provides the industry’s highest
interrupting ratings available in a physically smaller size.
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Through-the-Door Design. All controls, indicators, and the trip unit are visible and can
be safely accessed without opening the compartment door.
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Common Height and Depth. Each Magnum breaker frame size has the identical height
and depth, a feature unique in the industry.
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A New Family of Trip Units. A full range of Digitrip® Electronic and Programmable Trip
Units has been developed to provide customers a choice of expanded protection, information, power quality measurement, and communication capabilities to meet specific
requirements.
Magnum:
The New
Low Voltage
Air Circuit
Breaker from
Cutler-Hammer
Magnum Application Flexibility
Magnum Breakers are designed for use in low voltage assemblies including switchgear,
switchboards, motor control centres, and transfer switch equipment.
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Magnum
Magnum
The Air Circuit Breaker
IMPACC Communications
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Introducing Another Air Circuit Breaker First!
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The Highest Interrupting and Withstand Ratings…
in the Smallest Physical Unit Size
Our Cutler-Hammer design team innovations, coupled
with customer focus group input, provided the re-definition of what is needed in an air circuit breaker:
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Cutler-Hammer Met the Challenge
Magnum is designed and engineered specifically for
use in low voltage assemblies applied at nominal voltages of 380/415, 440 and 500/690V ac. Nine continuous
ratings – 800 amperes through 6300 amperes – are
covered by only two breaker sizes. Drawout and fixed
mounting available in 3 or 4 pole designs.
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Controls and indicators are functionally grouped on
the front escutcheon of the breakers where they can
be easily viewed and accessed through a cutout door.
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The capability to design more flexible systems
that can withstand larger available fault currents.
Better coordination with downstream devices.
Integral arc hood means zero clearance for drawout cassette.
Reduced size of the switchgear assembly.
Integrally designed breaker levering mechanism
and cassette for drawout breakers provides clear indication of connect, test, and disconnect positions.
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1 Integral Arc Hood
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2 Front Mounted Secondary Contacts
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3 Trip Flag
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4 Three Accessory Windows
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5 Spring Status Indicator (Charged or Discharged)
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6 Contact Status Indicator (Open or Closed)
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7 Digitrip RMS Trip Unit
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8 “Push On” to Close Breaker Button
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9 “Push Off” to Open Breaker Button
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10 Manual Charging Handle
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11 Drawout Cassette
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12 Optional Operations Counter
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13 Optional “Off” Key Lock
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14 Integral Padlockable Levering Device
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15 Colour-Coded Breaker Position Indicators
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Highly Reliable, Comprehensive Communications
that will Improve Your Operating Efficiency
Your main objective is to produce a cost-effective,
high quality product or service. Several things stand
in your way – unexpected equipment downtime,
energy costs, reduced maintenance personnel,
tighter budgets, and limited capital or cash flow.
Downtime or power outage costs can cause significant lost production time and related expenses.
How Can You Excel in this Environment?
By obtaining information and making it available
in real time to the people who need to have it…
provided cost-effectively in a simple format that
each person can understand and use. You can
obtain this information from your electrical distribution system with a Cutler-Hammer IMPACC
Communications System.
With Magnum, for example, a master control unit
is used to communicate with the breaker’s Digitrip
RMS 1150i Trip Unit, and other IQ devices such as
an IQ Analyzer and IQ DP-4000. The master control
unit may be a personal computer, an existing building management system, a programmable logic
controller, or a distributed control system.
IMPACC Software
Through IMPACC, information communicated
from a Magnum Breaker includes breaker status
(open/close/trip), cause and magnitude of trip,
metering values, trip rating, and time stamping of
events. The breaker itself can be remotely opened
or closed.
Software Solutions to Match Your Needs
IMPACC software is available to meet specific requirements, providing for easy expansion as system requirements
increase. This software ranges from
simple monitoring
to complex power
management applications. IMPACC
brings intelligence
to any distribution
system for energy
monitoring, preventive maintenance,
expert system diagnostics, and custom
control applications.
ONE LINE DIAGRAM
ELEVATION DISPLAY
WAVEFORM ANALYSIS
TRIP CURVE COORDINATION
E-BILL
E-TREND
IMPACC features a suite of client-server software
products. Cutler-Hammer designed IMPACC specifically as a complete electrical distribution system
monitoring programme that includes graphical
one-line and elevation displays, waveform analysis,
trip curve coordination, historical trending, event
and alarm management.
IMPACC was designed to communicate using an
existing or dedicated plant TCP/IP Ethernet network.
Client software will operate on Microsoft® Windows®
NT and 95 operating systems. Server software operates on Windows® NT exclusively for maximum
system reliability.
E-Bill Software
E-Bill is an exclusive metering and analysis package
designed to gather data for improved allocation and
management of energy costs. As an enhancement
to E-Bill, Cutler-Hammer offers E-Track, which provides the capability to track industrial production
energy costs on a per unit basis. For those users
interested in graphics, E-Trend software provides
historical energy usage information in a Windows®based graphical display.
Rear view of integrally-designed
cassette showing generous
spacing for customer bus
connections.
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The independently operated
and lockable shutter design
provides a safe environment
when the breaker is removed
from the cassette.
The drawout breaker can be
conveniently racked in or out,
stopping at the various positions
with the door closed.
The breaker spring charging
handle is designed with sufficient space for operation even
with a gloved hand.
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Magnum
Metering and Protection Products
Factory or OEM Installed in Low Voltage Equipment
Cutler-Hammer was the first manufacturer to costeffectively bring microprocessor-based metering
and protection devices to the basic levels of plant
operation. These devices provide more usable information with greater accuracy.
100 Percent Rated…Meets or Exceed Standards
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IQ Analyzer
A Highly Accurate Meter that Provides
Energy Management and Power Quality Information
on an Easy-to-Read Display
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Meets rigid Class 10 accuracy specification for
revenue meters.
Waveform display includes the ability to detect
subcycle voltage disturbances, including voltage
transients and subcycle voltage interruptions.
Analysis screens provide detailed information on
trends, recorded events/alarms, harmonic distortion, and peak demands of current and power.
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Viewed parameters include current, voltage, power
(watts, vars, and VA), energy, frequency, demand,
power factor, percentage THD current, percentage
THD voltage, K Factor, CBEMA derating factor, crest
factor, discrete I/O status, and analog input reading.
Easy-to-use. All programming is completed by
the operator on the faceplate. A PC is not required.
Provides true rms sensing through the 50th harmonic and displays even and odd multiples of
the fundamental current and voltage through the
50th harmonic.
Nonvolatile memory.
Optional IMPACC communications capability.
IQ DP-4000™
A Full Function Meter Ideal
for Complete System Monitoring
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Direct reading metered values including watts, watt
demand, watthours, power factor, VA, VA hours,
varhours, percentage THD, and load shedding.
Other direct reading metered values include ac
amperes, ac voltage, and frequency.
Protection functions include phase loss, phase
unbalance, phase reversal, overvoltage, undervoltage, and delay.
Magnum Breakers are 100% rated, meaning no
thermal derating is required when applying the
breaker in an enclosure.
Full third party KEMA certification. The only air
circuit breaker to carry this certification for both
short circuit and endurance test requirements.
Breaker Ratings at 380/415, 440 and 500/690 Volts
800
1250
1600
2000
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Replaces individually mounted and wired ammeters, voltmeters, ammeter and voltmeter switches,
wattmeters, varmeters, power factor meters, frequency meters, watthour and demand meters.
Nonvolatile memory.
Optional IMPACC communications capability.
True rms sensing.
2500
3200
4000
Breaker Interface Module
Centralised Local or Remote Monitoring
and Information Display
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A communications centre that monitors up to
50 Magnum Breakers equipped with Digitrip
RMS Electronic or Programmable Trip Units.
Can be used to programme/test programmable
trip units.
Displays status, cause of trip, metered values
(including current at time of trip), and energy
information from each monitored device.
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Monitored locally at the switchgear or, for example,
remotely at the maintenance engineer’s office.
Centralised alternative to individually mounted
and wired ammeters and ammeter switches,
watthour meters, circuit breaker position indicating lights, alarm contacts, and test/programmers.
Monitors harmonic information.
User friendly functions displayed by an LED
to indicate the selected function.
Nonvolatile memory.
Optional IMPACC communications capability.
5000
6300
Volts
Breaker
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
440
690
690
690
690
690
690
440
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
MWI408
MWI608
MWI808
MWI412
MWI612
MWI812
MWI616
MWI816
MWI620
MWI820
MWIC20
MWI620
MWI820
MWI625
MWI825
MWI632
MWI832
MWIC32
MWI832
MWI640
MWI840
MWIC40
MWIE40
MWI850
MWIC50
MWIE50
MWI863
MWIC63
MWIE63
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Units are built and tested in an ISO 9000 certified
facility to the applicable IEC 947-2 standards.
Suitable for use in IEC 947-1/439-1 LV Switchgear.
3 Pole Breaker
Amperes
Magnum Breaker Ratings
Maximum
Amperes
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Interrupting
Rating
40 kA
65 kA
85 kA
40 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
100 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
100 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
100 kA
150 kA
85 kA
100 kA
150 kA
85 kA
100 kA
150 kA
800-3200
4000-6300
Withstand
Rating
40 kA
65 kA
85 kA
40 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
85 kA
50 kA
65 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
85 kA
65 kA
65 kA
85 kA
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
100 kA
100 kA
Dimensions – Millimeters (Inches)
H
D*
W
416.56 (16.40)
416.56 (16.40)
391.16 (15.40)
391.16 (15.40)
414.02 (16.30)
868.68 (34.20)
Time Seconds
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1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
* Drawout breaker with finger clusters.
410.21
256.64
340.11
133.35
31.62
77.98
351.89
416.56
414.02
391.16
800-3200 Ampere Fixed Frame
864.87
340.11
256.64
133.35
31.62
77.98
351.89
868.68
416.56
391.16
4000-6300 Ampere Fixed Frame
3 Pole Cassette
Amperes
800-3200
4000-6300
Dimensions – Millimeters (Inches)
H*
D
W
483.88 (19.05)
483.88 (19.05)
460.11 (18.11)
460.11 (18.11)
416.50 (16.40)
889.35 (35.01)
* If vertical adapters are used, add 39.81 mm (1.57 inches).
Clipper Power System
Transient Voltage Surge Suppression (TVSS)
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Protects sensitive equipment from the damaging
effects of high and low energy transients as well
as high frequency noise.
“Zero lead length” direct bus bar connection
provides superior performance when compared
to conventional cable connected or nonintegrated
solutions, resulting in the lowest let-through voltage in the industry.
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Highest level of filtering in the industry (55 dB at
100 Hz) removes common electrical disturbances
including high and low energy ringing transients.
Withstands over 3000 sequential Category C3
shots (IEEE C62.41 1991) with less than a five
percent change in clamping voltage.
Three levels of status monitoring.
Standard disconnect.
The innovative design and engineering advancements of Magnum
Breakers have resulted in dramatic
size reductions and increased interrupting ratings…in just two physical frame sizes.
4000-6300 Ampere Fixed Breaker
800-3200 Ampere Drawout Breaker
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Magnum 5
Magnum
A Look Inside
Designed for Easy Access, Inspection,
and Minimal Maintenance
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The stored energy mechanism, control devices,
accessories, and secondary contacts are easily
accessible by removing the front cover…held in
place by four captive screws. For safety, this can
only be done when the breaker is in the disconnect
position or removed from the cell.
The current sensor viewing window on the rear
of the breaker allows for easy identification of the
current sensor mounted inside.
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A contact wear indicator eliminates the need for
elaborate testing to determine if the contact assembly needs replacing.
Many minor replacement functions involving the
mechanism, control, and/or accessories can be
easily accomplished.
Two-Step Stored Energy Mechanism
for Manually and Electrically Operated Breakers
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The potential energy is stored in the mechanism
to close the breaker in five cycles or less. Sufficient
energy to open the breaker remains available following the closing operation.
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After closing, the charging spring can be recharged
to provide potential energy for reclosing following a fault, providing high continuity of service.
This feature allows for the following sequence:
charge – close – recharge – open – close – open.
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On manually operated breakers, closing springs are
charged by hand. For electrically operated breakers,
springs are charged by an electric motor but can be
manually charged if no power is available.
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1 Secondary Wiring Points
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2 Field Installable Accessories
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(Three Maximum)
3 Digitrip RMS Trip Unit
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4 Optional Electric
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Charging Motor
5 Manual Charging Handle
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6 Optional Operations Counter
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7 Optional “Off” Key Lock
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8 Padlockable Levering Device
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9 Breaker Position Indicator
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10 Secondary Contacts
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11 Arc Chute Covers
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12 Primary Finger
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The next generation of proven
Digitrip RMS Trip Units is available
exclusively on Magnum Breakers.
These true rms sensing trip units
provide accurate coordination with
the conductors and equipment the
breaker is designed to protect.
TRIP UNIT TYPE
Ampere Range (16)
Interrupting Rating at 690V
rms Sensing
PROTECTION AND COORDINATION
Protection Ordering Options
Fixed Rating Plug (In )
Overtemperature Trip
Long
Long Delay Setting
Delay
Long Delay Time I2t at 6 x Ir
Protection
Long Delay Time I4t
Long Delay Thermal Memory
High Load Alarm
Short Delay Pick-Up
Short
Delay
Short Delay Time I2 t at 8 x Ir
Protection
Short Delay Time Flat
Short Delay Time ZSI
InstanInstantaneous Pick-Up
taneous
Making Current Release
Protection
Off Position
Earth
Earth Fault Alarm
Fault
Earth Fault Pick-Up
Protection
Earth Fault Delay I2t at .625 x In
Earth Fault Delay Flat
Earth Fault ZSI
Earth Fault Memory
Disable Earth Fault
SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS
Cause of Trip LEDs
Magnitude of Trip Information
Remote Signal Contacts
Programmable Contacts
SYSTEM MONITORING
Digital Display
Current (%) Full Scale Sensor
Voltage (%) L to L
Power and Energy (%)
Apparent Power kVA and Demand
Reactive Power kVAR
Power Factor
Crest Factor
Power Quality – Harmonics
% THD
SYSTEM COMMUNICATIONS
IMPACC
Testing Method
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Trip Log (3 Events)
Electronic Operations Counter
Triplink
Waveform Capture
Selectable IEC Curves
➀ Addition range up to M1 value:
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<1250-M1=1400%.
1600-2500-M1=1200%.
>3000-M1=1000%.
Cluster Disconnects
13 Current Sensor Window
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14 Rigid Frame Housing
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This rear view of a Magnum drawout
breaker shows the designed-in safety
feature of locating the primary disconnects and secondary contacts on the
removable breaker element for easy
and safe inspection.
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Magnum Digitrip Trip Units
Positioning of the secondary contact subassembly is dedicated
for installation, maintenance, and testing. Top view shown with
breaker cover removed, bottom of photo is front of breaker.
DIGITRIP 220
DIGITRIP 520 i
DIGITRIP 520M i
DIGITRIP 1150 i
200A-6300A
40 through 150kA
Yes
200A-6300A
40 through 150kA
Yes
200A-6300A
40 through 150kA
Yes
200A-6300A
40 through 150kA
Yes
LI
Yes
Yes
Fixed
Fixed
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
200-1000% x (In)➀
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
LSI, LSIG
Yes
Yes
0.4-1.0 x (ln )
2-24 Seconds
No
Yes
No
200-1000% M1 x (Ir )➀
100-500 ms
100-500 ms
Yes
200-1000% x (In)➀
Yes
Yes
No
025-100% x (In)
100-500 ms
100-500 ms
Yes
Yes
No
0LSI, LSIG, LSIA
Yes
Yes
0.4-1.0 x (In)
2-24 Seconds
No
Yes
No
200-1000% M1 x (Ir)➀
100-500 ms
100-500 ms
Yes
200-1000% x (In)➀
Yes
Yes
Yes
025-100% x (In)
100-500 ms
100-500 ms
Yes
Yes
No
LSI, LSIG, LSIA
Yes
Yes
0.4-1.0 x (In)
2-24 Seconds
1-5 Seconds
Yes
0.7-1.0 x I r
150-1000% M1 x (Ir)➀
100-500 ms
100-500 ms
Yes
200-1000% x (In)➀
Yes
Yes
Yes
25-100% x (In )
100-500 ms
100-500 ms
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
0Yes➁
No
No
No
0Yes➁
No
Yes
No
0Yes➁
Yes
Yes
2
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
4 Char. LCD
Yes (2%)
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
24 Char. LED
Yes (1%)
Yes (1%)
Yes (2%)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Test Set
No
Test Set
No
Test Set
0Yes➂
Integral and Test Set➃
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
➁ Cause of trip – L, S, I, G,
and making current release.
➂ Must use NT-based
IMPACC software to enable
communications.
➃ Tester for secondary
injection.
In = Rating plug rating.
Ir = LDPU setting.
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Magnum
Magnum
The Trip Unit
Ideal for Any Low Voltage Assembly
Cutler-Hammer introduced the first microprocessorbased trip unit and has advanced the technology
into a new family of Digitrip RMS Electronic and
Programmable Trip Units designed and engineered
exclusively for Magnum. Magnum can also be supplied as a nonautomatic breaker.
Two Structure Widths Provide
Greater Capacity in Less Space
Electronic Trip Units
■
■
Digitrip 520i/520Mi
Long and Short Delay Curves
Digitrip 520i/520Mi
Ground Curve
7000
7000
4000
4000
1000
1000
60
60
10
10
Time in Seconds
■
Digitrip RMS 220 provides long time and instantaneous protection only.
Digitrip RMS 520i enables the user as many as
nine phase and ground current protection settings
for maximum flexibility in trip-curve shaping and
multi-unit coordination, and adds earth fault current protection settings.
Digitrip RMS 520Mi adds phase, neutral, and earth
fault current metering…with a four-character LCD
display window.
Time in Seconds
A Selection of Trip Units Provides
Expanded Protection and Information Capabilities
1
.1
.01
.01
1
2
10
20
50 100
Current in Multiples
of Long Delay Setting Ir
Through-the-Door Design Provides
User-Friendly Operation and Optimum Safety
Through-the-door design provides clear visual and
physical access to the trip unit and all breaker controls and indicators…including open and close buttons, the open/close indicating flag, the charging
handle, breaker interlock, and the spring charge/discharge flag. Even breaker levering is accomplished
with the breaker compartment door closed.
CONNECT
For safety and security, the breaker compartment
provides three breaker positions with the door
closed: connect, test, and disconnect.
Extension rails can be padlocked to prevent a breaker
from being inserted into a cell, a requirement when
maintenance is being performed. This helps assure
that no one can install a breaker and energise a circuit
on which a person may be working.
1
.1
.5
Cutler-Hammer engineered Magnum to fit into two
space-saving structure widths for 3 pole: 414 mm
wide for 800-3200A breaker frames and 869 mm wide
for 4000-6300A breaker frames. Magnum provides
opportunities for more circuit breakers in less space.
Convenient Secondary Contact Placement
Facilitates Wiring and Maintenance
TEST
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.2
1
2
5
Secondary wiring points are located in the top front
portion of each cell. A separate door can be used to
cover the contacts so an operator can safely access
them without opening the breaker compartment
door. Customer contact points are dedicated to the
customer’s interface meaning they are free from
factory connections.
10
Current in Multiples
of Rating In
Programmable Trip Units
■
Digitrip RMS 1150i Programmable Trip Unit
The state-of-the-art trip unit with true rms sensing can be programmed at the faceplate or remotely with a PC using the IMPACC
communications system. All system parameters as well as programming information can be viewed on the easy-to-read three
line digital display window.
Digitrip RMS 1150i provides programmability for
more sophisticated distribution systems including:
– Increased protection and coordination capabilities.
– Systems monitoring information including
power factor, voltage current, harmonic distortion values, and waveform capture with a threeline, (eight characters per line) LED display.
– Two programmable contacts for customer use.
– Time stamping of trip events for improved
troubleshooting and diagnostics.
– Accuracy of 1% on metered values and 2% on
energy and power.
– Systems diagnostic information.
– IMPACC communications.
– Allows for custom curve shaping or selectable
IEC curves.
The secondary terminals have standard finger-proof
hinged covers, providing safety by protecting against
accidental contact with live secondary contacts.
Covers are hinged for making connections and include a small hole for circuit testing using a probe.
DISCONNECT
Safety is enhanced by the through-the-door
design that provides for three breaker
positions with the door closed: connect,
test, and disconnect. The above photos
show standard enclosure rating of IP42.
Each secondary contact point is dedicated to a specific function, allowing standardised wiring diagrams
and true electrical interchangeability of common
size breakers. Standard wiring points help improve
quality while reducing maintenance and inspection
time for customers.
Zone Selective Interlocking Capability Provides
Positive System Coordination without Time Delays
Zone Selective Interlocking (ZSI) allows the breaker
closest to the fault to trip without any preset time
delay. The breaker closest to the fault trips first,
while the remainder of the distribution system
remains on-line, thus avoiding unnecessary and
costly downtime.
10 Magnum
In the withdrawn position, the
breaker can be removed from
the cell on integral extension
rails.
Finger-proof (IP20) secondary
points with easy access for
customer wiring.
All breakers can be padlocked
to secure the breaker in all
three positions. An optional
key interlock (not shown) can
also secure the breaker in each
position.
Magnum 7
Magnum
Magnum
Safety and Reliability
Field-Installable Accessories
Rigid Frame Housing
Another Cutler-Hammer innovation is the Magnum’s
rigid frame housing. This housing provides the
strength and stability required in the mounting of
the current path and operating mechanism.
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■
■
■
Increased Uptime. Because the current path is
isolated and insulated inside a two-piece interconnected housing, any potential damage that
may occur during arc interruption between the
poles or outside of the breaker is minimised.
Increased Breaker Life. By providing rigid
support for the operating mechanism and the
contact structure, mechanical stress is reduced,
increasing reliability.
Design Reliability. The housing reduces the
number of frame parts in comparison with
conventional air circuit breakers, providing
increased reliability.
Rigid Frame. The engineered thermoset composite
resin provides excellent structural properties,
dielectric strength, and arc track resistance...
helping to provide the higher interrupting and
withstand ratings in a smaller size.
Built-In Safety Features Provide
Optimum Operator Safety and System Security
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■
■
■
■
■
Improved C-loop current path design provides
dramatic improvements in both safety and
efficiency. Higher current ratings increase the
blow-on forces on the contact surfaces, allowing
the proper downstream protective device to
open, isolating the fault and increasing uptime.
Positive on is indicated on the breaker faceplate.
This unique interlocking feature prevents the
levering door from being opened if the contacts
are welded, protecting personnel from exposure
to live primary contacts.
Making current release prevents the breaker
from closing in on a fault with peak current
exceeding 25 times the rms nominal current.
Keyed sensor plug insures error-free installation
of the sensor in the field.
Deadfront faceplate isolates the operator
from the primary voltage when the breaker
is energised.
Anti-pump prevents any attempts to reclose the
breaker on a short circuit fault if the close signal
(mechanical or electrical) is maintained.
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Interlocked levering door cannot be opened until
the contacts are in the open condition.
Three position indicators on the faceplate for
drawout mounting. Specific colours identify the
breaker position.
A Common Family of Accessories for Both Frame Sizes
We designed Magnum accessories to fit both frame
sizes, thus reducing inventory parts and the possible
confusion that can exist when different accessory
sizes are required for each individual breaker frame.
Factory Installed or Available as Field-Installable Kits
Through-the-Window Accessories
Magnum through-the-window accessories are installed in the right front of the breaker. The unique
windows in the breaker cover enable accessories
to be quickly identified by name and rating.
Connect. Both main and secondary contacts
are connected and the breaker is ready for
normal operation.
Test. Main disconnects are disengaged, secondary
contacts are engaged. All functions of the breaker
and trip unit can be tested in this position.
Disconnect. A storage position in the compartment
but the breaker is open and disconnected.
Accessories are plug-in and snapped in place, providing for easy mounting and wiring to save both
installation time and cost. This feature facilitates
accessory changes and replacements by user personnel, eliminating the need to use factory trained
personnel or outside service companies.
Modular accessories are keyed for fast error-free
mounting in the field. For example, the spring
release can only be mounted in the centre cavity.
Shunt Trip
Provides remote
controlled circuit
breaker opening
when energised
by a voltage input.
Quality and Reliability
Internal Accessories
Cutler-Hammer performs consistent endurance and
reliability tests on Magnum Air Circuit Breakers.
Auxiliary Switch
■
■
Provides the capability to remotely
indicate if the
breaker is open
or closed. Up to six
N/O and six N/C
auxiliary contacts
are available for
customer use.
Mini-Life Tests. A breaker is randomly selected
from the production line daily, and mechanically
tested to assure performance as required.
Maxi-Life Tests. MTBF testing continuously tests
Magnum Breakers until they fail. This identifies
potential performance issues with the breaker and
provides statistical analysis for further improvement.
Spring Release
Remotely closes
the breaker when
its coil is energised by a voltage input.
Undervoltage
Release (UVR)
Trips the breaker
remotely when
an existing voltage signal is lost
or drops below
an established
threshold.
Overcurrent
Trip Switch
(Bell Alarm)
Electrical
Operator
A set of N/Oand
N/C contacts that
indicate when a
breaker trips.
An electric motor,
internally mounted in the circuit
breaker, that
charges the closing springs automatically, facilitating remote or
local closing.
Application Flexibility
Magnum Breakers are suitable for broad applications
in Cutler-Hammer or OEM low voltage assemblies.
Low Voltage
Switchboard
The accessory cavity design, unique to air circuit breakers, is accessible in the front of the breaker. Up to three accessories can be
easily installed and wired in the field.
Motor Control Centre
Transfer Switch
Equipment
Viewable through-thewindow electrical accessories are identically sized,
yet keyed for error-free
mounting.
8 Magnum
The auxiliary switch is an internal accessory that provides
remote electrical indication
of the breaker status.
An electric motor automatically
charges the closing springs. In absence of control power, the springs
can be manually charged.
Magnum modular design allows
customers to mount accessories
in the field.
Magnum 9
Magnum
Magnum
Safety and Reliability
Field-Installable Accessories
Rigid Frame Housing
Another Cutler-Hammer innovation is the Magnum’s
rigid frame housing. This housing provides the
strength and stability required in the mounting of
the current path and operating mechanism.
■
■
■
■
Increased Uptime. Because the current path is
isolated and insulated inside a two-piece interconnected housing, any potential damage that
may occur during arc interruption between the
poles or outside of the breaker is minimised.
Increased Breaker Life. By providing rigid
support for the operating mechanism and the
contact structure, mechanical stress is reduced,
increasing reliability.
Design Reliability. The housing reduces the
number of frame parts in comparison with
conventional air circuit breakers, providing
increased reliability.
Rigid Frame. The engineered thermoset composite
resin provides excellent structural properties,
dielectric strength, and arc track resistance...
helping to provide the higher interrupting and
withstand ratings in a smaller size.
Built-In Safety Features Provide
Optimum Operator Safety and System Security
■
■
■
■
■
■
Improved C-loop current path design provides
dramatic improvements in both safety and
efficiency. Higher current ratings increase the
blow-on forces on the contact surfaces, allowing
the proper downstream protective device to
open, isolating the fault and increasing uptime.
Positive on is indicated on the breaker faceplate.
This unique interlocking feature prevents the
levering door from being opened if the contacts
are welded, protecting personnel from exposure
to live primary contacts.
Making current release prevents the breaker
from closing in on a fault with peak current
exceeding 25 times the rms nominal current.
Keyed sensor plug insures error-free installation
of the sensor in the field.
Deadfront faceplate isolates the operator
from the primary voltage when the breaker
is energised.
Anti-pump prevents any attempts to reclose the
breaker on a short circuit fault if the close signal
(mechanical or electrical) is maintained.
■
■
Interlocked levering door cannot be opened until
the contacts are in the open condition.
Three position indicators on the faceplate for
drawout mounting. Specific colours identify the
breaker position.
A Common Family of Accessories for Both Frame Sizes
We designed Magnum accessories to fit both frame
sizes, thus reducing inventory parts and the possible
confusion that can exist when different accessory
sizes are required for each individual breaker frame.
Factory Installed or Available as Field-Installable Kits
Through-the-Window Accessories
Magnum through-the-window accessories are installed in the right front of the breaker. The unique
windows in the breaker cover enable accessories
to be quickly identified by name and rating.
Connect. Both main and secondary contacts
are connected and the breaker is ready for
normal operation.
Test. Main disconnects are disengaged, secondary
contacts are engaged. All functions of the breaker
and trip unit can be tested in this position.
Disconnect. A storage position in the compartment
but the breaker is open and disconnected.
Accessories are plug-in and snapped in place, providing for easy mounting and wiring to save both
installation time and cost. This feature facilitates
accessory changes and replacements by user personnel, eliminating the need to use factory trained
personnel or outside service companies.
Modular accessories are keyed for fast error-free
mounting in the field. For example, the spring
release can only be mounted in the centre cavity.
Shunt Trip
Provides remote
controlled circuit
breaker opening
when energised
by a voltage input.
Quality and Reliability
Internal Accessories
Cutler-Hammer performs consistent endurance and
reliability tests on Magnum Air Circuit Breakers.
Auxiliary Switch
■
■
Provides the capability to remotely
indicate if the
breaker is open
or closed. Up to six
N/O and six N/C
auxiliary contacts
are available for
customer use.
Mini-Life Tests. A breaker is randomly selected
from the production line daily, and mechanically
tested to assure performance as required.
Maxi-Life Tests. MTBF testing continuously tests
Magnum Breakers until they fail. This identifies
potential performance issues with the breaker and
provides statistical analysis for further improvement.
Spring Release
Remotely closes
the breaker when
its coil is energised by a voltage input.
Undervoltage
Release (UVR)
Trips the breaker
remotely when
an existing voltage signal is lost
or drops below
an established
threshold.
Overcurrent
Trip Switch
(Bell Alarm)
Electrical
Operator
A set of N/Oand
N/C contacts that
indicate when a
breaker trips.
An electric motor,
internally mounted in the circuit
breaker, that
charges the closing springs automatically, facilitating remote or
local closing.
Application Flexibility
Magnum Breakers are suitable for broad applications
in Cutler-Hammer or OEM low voltage assemblies.
Low Voltage
Switchboard
The accessory cavity design, unique to air circuit breakers, is accessible in the front of the breaker. Up to three accessories can be
easily installed and wired in the field.
Motor Control Centre
Transfer Switch
Equipment
Viewable through-thewindow electrical accessories are identically sized,
yet keyed for error-free
mounting.
8 Magnum
The auxiliary switch is an internal accessory that provides
remote electrical indication
of the breaker status.
An electric motor automatically
charges the closing springs. In absence of control power, the springs
can be manually charged.
Magnum modular design allows
customers to mount accessories
in the field.
Magnum 9
Magnum
Magnum
The Trip Unit
Ideal for Any Low Voltage Assembly
Cutler-Hammer introduced the first microprocessorbased trip unit and has advanced the technology
into a new family of Digitrip RMS Electronic and
Programmable Trip Units designed and engineered
exclusively for Magnum. Magnum can also be supplied as a nonautomatic breaker.
Two Structure Widths Provide
Greater Capacity in Less Space
Electronic Trip Units
■
■
Digitrip 520i/520Mi
Long and Short Delay Curves
Digitrip 520i/520Mi
Ground Curve
7000
7000
4000
4000
1000
1000
60
60
10
10
Time in Seconds
■
Digitrip RMS 220 provides long time and instantaneous protection only.
Digitrip RMS 520i enables the user as many as
nine phase and ground current protection settings
for maximum flexibility in trip-curve shaping and
multi-unit coordination, and adds earth fault current protection settings.
Digitrip RMS 520Mi adds phase, neutral, and earth
fault current metering…with a four-character LCD
display window.
Time in Seconds
A Selection of Trip Units Provides
Expanded Protection and Information Capabilities
1
.1
.01
.01
1
2
10
20
50 100
Current in Multiples
of Long Delay Setting Ir
Through-the-Door Design Provides
User-Friendly Operation and Optimum Safety
Through-the-door design provides clear visual and
physical access to the trip unit and all breaker controls and indicators…including open and close buttons, the open/close indicating flag, the charging
handle, breaker interlock, and the spring charge/discharge flag. Even breaker levering is accomplished
with the breaker compartment door closed.
CONNECT
For safety and security, the breaker compartment
provides three breaker positions with the door
closed: connect, test, and disconnect.
Extension rails can be padlocked to prevent a breaker
from being inserted into a cell, a requirement when
maintenance is being performed. This helps assure
that no one can install a breaker and energise a circuit
on which a person may be working.
1
.1
.5
Cutler-Hammer engineered Magnum to fit into two
space-saving structure widths for 3 pole: 414 mm
wide for 800-3200A breaker frames and 869 mm wide
for 4000-6300A breaker frames. Magnum provides
opportunities for more circuit breakers in less space.
Convenient Secondary Contact Placement
Facilitates Wiring and Maintenance
TEST
.05
.1
.2
1
2
5
Secondary wiring points are located in the top front
portion of each cell. A separate door can be used to
cover the contacts so an operator can safely access
them without opening the breaker compartment
door. Customer contact points are dedicated to the
customer’s interface meaning they are free from
factory connections.
10
Current in Multiples
of Rating In
Programmable Trip Units
■
Digitrip RMS 1150i Programmable Trip Unit
The state-of-the-art trip unit with true rms sensing can be programmed at the faceplate or remotely with a PC using the IMPACC
communications system. All system parameters as well as programming information can be viewed on the easy-to-read three
line digital display window.
Digitrip RMS 1150i provides programmability for
more sophisticated distribution systems including:
– Increased protection and coordination capabilities.
– Systems monitoring information including
power factor, voltage current, harmonic distortion values, and waveform capture with a threeline, (eight characters per line) LED display.
– Two programmable contacts for customer use.
– Time stamping of trip events for improved
troubleshooting and diagnostics.
– Accuracy of 1% on metered values and 2% on
energy and power.
– Systems diagnostic information.
– IMPACC communications.
– Allows for custom curve shaping or selectable
IEC curves.
The secondary terminals have standard finger-proof
hinged covers, providing safety by protecting against
accidental contact with live secondary contacts.
Covers are hinged for making connections and include a small hole for circuit testing using a probe.
DISCONNECT
Safety is enhanced by the through-the-door
design that provides for three breaker
positions with the door closed: connect,
test, and disconnect. The above photos
show standard enclosure rating of IP42.
Each secondary contact point is dedicated to a specific function, allowing standardised wiring diagrams
and true electrical interchangeability of common
size breakers. Standard wiring points help improve
quality while reducing maintenance and inspection
time for customers.
Zone Selective Interlocking Capability Provides
Positive System Coordination without Time Delays
Zone Selective Interlocking (ZSI) allows the breaker
closest to the fault to trip without any preset time
delay. The breaker closest to the fault trips first,
while the remainder of the distribution system
remains on-line, thus avoiding unnecessary and
costly downtime.
10 Magnum
In the withdrawn position, the
breaker can be removed from
the cell on integral extension
rails.
Finger-proof (IP20) secondary
points with easy access for
customer wiring.
All breakers can be padlocked
to secure the breaker in all
three positions. An optional
key interlock (not shown) can
also secure the breaker in each
position.
Magnum 7
Magnum
A Look Inside
Designed for Easy Access, Inspection,
and Minimal Maintenance
1
2
The stored energy mechanism, control devices,
accessories, and secondary contacts are easily
accessible by removing the front cover…held in
place by four captive screws. For safety, this can
only be done when the breaker is in the disconnect
position or removed from the cell.
The current sensor viewing window on the rear
of the breaker allows for easy identification of the
current sensor mounted inside.
3
A contact wear indicator eliminates the need for
elaborate testing to determine if the contact assembly needs replacing.
Many minor replacement functions involving the
mechanism, control, and/or accessories can be
easily accomplished.
Two-Step Stored Energy Mechanism
for Manually and Electrically Operated Breakers
5
6
The potential energy is stored in the mechanism
to close the breaker in five cycles or less. Sufficient
energy to open the breaker remains available following the closing operation.
4
7
After closing, the charging spring can be recharged
to provide potential energy for reclosing following a fault, providing high continuity of service.
This feature allows for the following sequence:
charge – close – recharge – open – close – open.
8
9
On manually operated breakers, closing springs are
charged by hand. For electrically operated breakers,
springs are charged by an electric motor but can be
manually charged if no power is available.
10
1 Secondary Wiring Points
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2 Field Installable Accessories
■
11
(Three Maximum)
3 Digitrip RMS Trip Unit
■
4 Optional Electric
■
Charging Motor
5 Manual Charging Handle
■
6 Optional Operations Counter
■
7 Optional “Off” Key Lock
■
8 Padlockable Levering Device
■
9 Breaker Position Indicator
■
10 Secondary Contacts
■
11 Arc Chute Covers
■
12 Primary Finger
■
12
13
The next generation of proven
Digitrip RMS Trip Units is available
exclusively on Magnum Breakers.
These true rms sensing trip units
provide accurate coordination with
the conductors and equipment the
breaker is designed to protect.
TRIP UNIT TYPE
Ampere Range (16)
Interrupting Rating at 690V
rms Sensing
PROTECTION AND COORDINATION
Protection Ordering Options
Fixed Rating Plug (In )
Overtemperature Trip
Long
Long Delay Setting
Delay
Long Delay Time I2t at 6 x Ir
Protection
Long Delay Time I4t
Long Delay Thermal Memory
High Load Alarm
Short Delay Pick-Up
Short
Delay
Short Delay Time I2 t at 8 x Ir
Protection
Short Delay Time Flat
Short Delay Time ZSI
InstanInstantaneous Pick-Up
taneous
Making Current Release
Protection
Off Position
Earth
Earth Fault Alarm
Fault
Earth Fault Pick-Up
Protection
Earth Fault Delay I2t at .625 x In
Earth Fault Delay Flat
Earth Fault ZSI
Earth Fault Memory
Disable Earth Fault
SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS
Cause of Trip LEDs
Magnitude of Trip Information
Remote Signal Contacts
Programmable Contacts
SYSTEM MONITORING
Digital Display
Current (%) Full Scale Sensor
Voltage (%) L to L
Power and Energy (%)
Apparent Power kVA and Demand
Reactive Power kVAR
Power Factor
Crest Factor
Power Quality – Harmonics
% THD
SYSTEM COMMUNICATIONS
IMPACC
Testing Method
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Trip Log (3 Events)
Electronic Operations Counter
Triplink
Waveform Capture
Selectable IEC Curves
➀ Addition range up to M1 value:
14
<1250-M1=1400%.
1600-2500-M1=1200%.
>3000-M1=1000%.
Cluster Disconnects
13 Current Sensor Window
■
14 Rigid Frame Housing
■
This rear view of a Magnum drawout
breaker shows the designed-in safety
feature of locating the primary disconnects and secondary contacts on the
removable breaker element for easy
and safe inspection.
6 Magnum
Magnum Digitrip Trip Units
Positioning of the secondary contact subassembly is dedicated
for installation, maintenance, and testing. Top view shown with
breaker cover removed, bottom of photo is front of breaker.
DIGITRIP 220
DIGITRIP 520 i
DIGITRIP 520M i
DIGITRIP 1150 i
200A-6300A
40 through 150kA
Yes
200A-6300A
40 through 150kA
Yes
200A-6300A
40 through 150kA
Yes
200A-6300A
40 through 150kA
Yes
LI
Yes
Yes
Fixed
Fixed
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
200-1000% x (In)➀
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
LSI, LSIG
Yes
Yes
0.4-1.0 x (ln )
2-24 Seconds
No
Yes
No
200-1000% M1 x (Ir )➀
100-500 ms
100-500 ms
Yes
200-1000% x (In)➀
Yes
Yes
No
025-100% x (In)
100-500 ms
100-500 ms
Yes
Yes
No
0LSI, LSIG, LSIA
Yes
Yes
0.4-1.0 x (In)
2-24 Seconds
No
Yes
No
200-1000% M1 x (Ir)➀
100-500 ms
100-500 ms
Yes
200-1000% x (In)➀
Yes
Yes
Yes
025-100% x (In)
100-500 ms
100-500 ms
Yes
Yes
No
LSI, LSIG, LSIA
Yes
Yes
0.4-1.0 x (In)
2-24 Seconds
1-5 Seconds
Yes
0.7-1.0 x I r
150-1000% M1 x (Ir)➀
100-500 ms
100-500 ms
Yes
200-1000% x (In)➀
Yes
Yes
Yes
25-100% x (In )
100-500 ms
100-500 ms
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
0Yes➁
No
No
No
0Yes➁
No
Yes
No
0Yes➁
Yes
Yes
2
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
4 Char. LCD
Yes (2%)
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
24 Char. LED
Yes (1%)
Yes (1%)
Yes (2%)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Test Set
No
Test Set
No
Test Set
0Yes➂
Integral and Test Set➃
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
➁ Cause of trip – L, S, I, G,
and making current release.
➂ Must use NT-based
IMPACC software to enable
communications.
➃ Tester for secondary
injection.
In = Rating plug rating.
Ir = LDPU setting.
Magnum 11
Magnum
Metering and Protection Products
Factory or OEM Installed in Low Voltage Equipment
Cutler-Hammer was the first manufacturer to costeffectively bring microprocessor-based metering
and protection devices to the basic levels of plant
operation. These devices provide more usable information with greater accuracy.
100 Percent Rated…Meets or Exceed Standards
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■
IQ Analyzer
A Highly Accurate Meter that Provides
Energy Management and Power Quality Information
on an Easy-to-Read Display
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Meets rigid Class 10 accuracy specification for
revenue meters.
Waveform display includes the ability to detect
subcycle voltage disturbances, including voltage
transients and subcycle voltage interruptions.
Analysis screens provide detailed information on
trends, recorded events/alarms, harmonic distortion, and peak demands of current and power.
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Viewed parameters include current, voltage, power
(watts, vars, and VA), energy, frequency, demand,
power factor, percentage THD current, percentage
THD voltage, K Factor, CBEMA derating factor, crest
factor, discrete I/O status, and analog input reading.
Easy-to-use. All programming is completed by
the operator on the faceplate. A PC is not required.
Provides true rms sensing through the 50th harmonic and displays even and odd multiples of
the fundamental current and voltage through the
50th harmonic.
Nonvolatile memory.
Optional IMPACC communications capability.
IQ DP-4000™
A Full Function Meter Ideal
for Complete System Monitoring
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Direct reading metered values including watts, watt
demand, watthours, power factor, VA, VA hours,
varhours, percentage THD, and load shedding.
Other direct reading metered values include ac
amperes, ac voltage, and frequency.
Protection functions include phase loss, phase
unbalance, phase reversal, overvoltage, undervoltage, and delay.
Magnum Breakers are 100% rated, meaning no
thermal derating is required when applying the
breaker in an enclosure.
Full third party KEMA certification. The only air
circuit breaker to carry this certification for both
short circuit and endurance test requirements.
Breaker Ratings at 380/415, 440 and 500/690 Volts
800
1250
1600
2000
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Replaces individually mounted and wired ammeters, voltmeters, ammeter and voltmeter switches,
wattmeters, varmeters, power factor meters, frequency meters, watthour and demand meters.
Nonvolatile memory.
Optional IMPACC communications capability.
True rms sensing.
2500
3200
4000
Breaker Interface Module
Centralised Local or Remote Monitoring
and Information Display
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A communications centre that monitors up to
50 Magnum Breakers equipped with Digitrip
RMS Electronic or Programmable Trip Units.
Can be used to programme/test programmable
trip units.
Displays status, cause of trip, metered values
(including current at time of trip), and energy
information from each monitored device.
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Monitored locally at the switchgear or, for example,
remotely at the maintenance engineer’s office.
Centralised alternative to individually mounted
and wired ammeters and ammeter switches,
watthour meters, circuit breaker position indicating lights, alarm contacts, and test/programmers.
Monitors harmonic information.
User friendly functions displayed by an LED
to indicate the selected function.
Nonvolatile memory.
Optional IMPACC communications capability.
5000
6300
Volts
Breaker
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
440
690
690
690
690
690
690
440
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
MWI408
MWI608
MWI808
MWI412
MWI612
MWI812
MWI616
MWI816
MWI620
MWI820
MWIC20
MWI620
MWI820
MWI625
MWI825
MWI632
MWI832
MWIC32
MWI832
MWI640
MWI840
MWIC40
MWIE40
MWI850
MWIC50
MWIE50
MWI863
MWIC63
MWIE63
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Units are built and tested in an ISO 9000 certified
facility to the applicable IEC 947-2 standards.
Suitable for use in IEC 947-1/439-1 LV Switchgear.
3 Pole Breaker
Amperes
Magnum Breaker Ratings
Maximum
Amperes
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Interrupting
Rating
40 kA
65 kA
85 kA
40 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
100 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
100 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
100 kA
150 kA
85 kA
100 kA
150 kA
85 kA
100 kA
150 kA
800-3200
4000-6300
Withstand
Rating
40 kA
65 kA
85 kA
40 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
85 kA
50 kA
65 kA
65 kA
85 kA
65 kA
85 kA
85 kA
65 kA
65 kA
85 kA
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
100 kA
100 kA
85 kA
100 kA
100 kA
Dimensions – Millimeters (Inches)
H
D*
W
416.56 (16.40)
416.56 (16.40)
391.16 (15.40)
391.16 (15.40)
414.02 (16.30)
868.68 (34.20)
Time Seconds
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
* Drawout breaker with finger clusters.
410.21
256.64
340.11
133.35
31.62
77.98
351.89
416.56
414.02
391.16
800-3200 Ampere Fixed Frame
864.87
340.11
256.64
133.35
31.62
77.98
351.89
868.68
416.56
391.16
4000-6300 Ampere Fixed Frame
3 Pole Cassette
Amperes
800-3200
4000-6300
Dimensions – Millimeters (Inches)
H*
D
W
483.88 (19.05)
483.88 (19.05)
460.11 (18.11)
460.11 (18.11)
416.50 (16.40)
889.35 (35.01)
* If vertical adapters are used, add 39.81 mm (1.57 inches).
Clipper Power System
Transient Voltage Surge Suppression (TVSS)
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Protects sensitive equipment from the damaging
effects of high and low energy transients as well
as high frequency noise.
“Zero lead length” direct bus bar connection
provides superior performance when compared
to conventional cable connected or nonintegrated
solutions, resulting in the lowest let-through voltage in the industry.
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Highest level of filtering in the industry (55 dB at
100 Hz) removes common electrical disturbances
including high and low energy ringing transients.
Withstands over 3000 sequential Category C3
shots (IEEE C62.41 1991) with less than a five
percent change in clamping voltage.
Three levels of status monitoring.
Standard disconnect.
The innovative design and engineering advancements of Magnum
Breakers have resulted in dramatic
size reductions and increased interrupting ratings…in just two physical frame sizes.
4000-6300 Ampere Fixed Breaker
800-3200 Ampere Drawout Breaker
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Magnum 5
Magnum
Magnum
The Air Circuit Breaker
IMPACC Communications
1
Introducing Another Air Circuit Breaker First!
2
The Highest Interrupting and Withstand Ratings…
in the Smallest Physical Unit Size
Our Cutler-Hammer design team innovations, coupled
with customer focus group input, provided the re-definition of what is needed in an air circuit breaker:
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8
9
Cutler-Hammer Met the Challenge
Magnum is designed and engineered specifically for
use in low voltage assemblies applied at nominal voltages of 380/415, 440 and 500/690V ac. Nine continuous
ratings – 800 amperes through 6300 amperes – are
covered by only two breaker sizes. Drawout and fixed
mounting available in 3 or 4 pole designs.
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11
12
Controls and indicators are functionally grouped on
the front escutcheon of the breakers where they can
be easily viewed and accessed through a cutout door.
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14
The capability to design more flexible systems
that can withstand larger available fault currents.
Better coordination with downstream devices.
Integral arc hood means zero clearance for drawout cassette.
Reduced size of the switchgear assembly.
Integrally designed breaker levering mechanism
and cassette for drawout breakers provides clear indication of connect, test, and disconnect positions.
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1 Integral Arc Hood
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2 Front Mounted Secondary Contacts
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3 Trip Flag
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4 Three Accessory Windows
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5 Spring Status Indicator (Charged or Discharged)
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6 Contact Status Indicator (Open or Closed)
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7 Digitrip RMS Trip Unit
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8 “Push On” to Close Breaker Button
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9 “Push Off” to Open Breaker Button
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10 Manual Charging Handle
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11 Drawout Cassette
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12 Optional Operations Counter
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13 Optional “Off” Key Lock
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14 Integral Padlockable Levering Device
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15 Colour-Coded Breaker Position Indicators
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Highly Reliable, Comprehensive Communications
that will Improve Your Operating Efficiency
Your main objective is to produce a cost-effective,
high quality product or service. Several things stand
in your way – unexpected equipment downtime,
energy costs, reduced maintenance personnel,
tighter budgets, and limited capital or cash flow.
Downtime or power outage costs can cause significant lost production time and related expenses.
How Can You Excel in this Environment?
By obtaining information and making it available
in real time to the people who need to have it…
provided cost-effectively in a simple format that
each person can understand and use. You can
obtain this information from your electrical distribution system with a Cutler-Hammer IMPACC
Communications System.
With Magnum, for example, a master control unit
is used to communicate with the breaker’s Digitrip
RMS 1150i Trip Unit, and other IQ devices such as
an IQ Analyzer and IQ DP-4000. The master control
unit may be a personal computer, an existing building management system, a programmable logic
controller, or a distributed control system.
IMPACC Software
Through IMPACC, information communicated
from a Magnum Breaker includes breaker status
(open/close/trip), cause and magnitude of trip,
metering values, trip rating, and time stamping of
events. The breaker itself can be remotely opened
or closed.
Software Solutions to Match Your Needs
IMPACC software is available to meet specific requirements, providing for easy expansion as system requirements
increase. This software ranges from
simple monitoring
to complex power
management applications. IMPACC
brings intelligence
to any distribution
system for energy
monitoring, preventive maintenance,
expert system diagnostics, and custom
control applications.
ONE LINE DIAGRAM
ELEVATION DISPLAY
WAVEFORM ANALYSIS
TRIP CURVE COORDINATION
E-BILL
E-TREND
IMPACC features a suite of client-server software
products. Cutler-Hammer designed IMPACC specifically as a complete electrical distribution system
monitoring programme that includes graphical
one-line and elevation displays, waveform analysis,
trip curve coordination, historical trending, event
and alarm management.
IMPACC was designed to communicate using an
existing or dedicated plant TCP/IP Ethernet network.
Client software will operate on Microsoft® Windows®
NT and 95 operating systems. Server software operates on Windows® NT exclusively for maximum
system reliability.
E-Bill Software
E-Bill is an exclusive metering and analysis package
designed to gather data for improved allocation and
management of energy costs. As an enhancement
to E-Bill, Cutler-Hammer offers E-Track, which provides the capability to track industrial production
energy costs on a per unit basis. For those users
interested in graphics, E-Trend software provides
historical energy usage information in a Windows®based graphical display.
Rear view of integrally-designed
cassette showing generous
spacing for customer bus
connections.
4 Magnum
The independently operated
and lockable shutter design
provides a safe environment
when the breaker is removed
from the cassette.
The drawout breaker can be
conveniently racked in or out,
stopping at the various positions
with the door closed.
The breaker spring charging
handle is designed with sufficient space for operation even
with a gloved hand.
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Magnum
Cutler-Hammer
Power for Productivity
For Greater Reliability, Increased Productivity,
and Significant Cost Savings...
Cutler-Hammer has the Solutions
Power Quality
Cutler-Hammer…
A Global Provider of
Electrical Power Distribution Solutions
Energy Management
In today’s sophisticated
distribution systems, providing
Technology
power requires more than just
Advancements
meeting minimum standards.
and Innovative
It necessitates implementation
Features
of solutions that range from
efficient distribution to
coordination to power quality
to energy management to
communications! The end result
is the production of cost-effective,
high quality products.
Our Customers
A Key to Distribution System Reliability
Nonlinear loads, momentary voltage
transients, and surges can cause significant power quality problems in both industrial and commercial facilities. Many
industrial processes and solid-state devices are extremely sensitive to power
quality problems…and manufacturing
operations can be disrupted by voltage
or frequency variances. Poor power
quality can result in expensive downtime
and costly equipment failures. Computer
data centres are very sensitive and minor
power disturbances can result in downtime and significant operational problems.
The negative effect of harmonics can result in overheated neutrals in panelboards,
switchboards, overheated transformers,
and nuisance tripping of breakers and
adjustable frequency drives.
Energy: If You Can’t Measure It,
You Can’t Manage It
Energy consumption is a major operations cost for any building and a significant part of every tenant’s rent. Electric
utilities, reacting to increased demands,
have developed programmes that provide
cost reductions for energy conservation
...but penalise for usage during peak demand hours. Additionally, re-regulation
of the utility industry is creating new
opportunities to save energy and significantly reduce energy expenses.
Tenants have the option to decrease
consumption if they can monitor energy
usage. By reducing their consumption,
peak demand charges (often a substantial portion of a building’s electric bill)
will be lowered, thus making the building
more attractive to prospective tenants.
Decreases in energy consumption are
also important in manufacturing facility
departments or “lines”. Many manufacturing companies are now placing the
responsibility for energy budgeting at the
line foreman level…and this includes calculating energy costs just the same as for
labor, materials, and other direct expenses.
Cutler-Hammer Engineering Services and Systems
Enhancing Existing Equipment Reliability
Increased system loads and normal
equipment wear can alter performance
characteristics and introduce unexpected
line variables. Cutler-Hammer Engineering Services and Systems provides a
solution with skilled engineers and technicians that conduct power quality site
surveys, and monitoring and evaluation
studies in addition to providing maintenance and retrofit services for existing
equipment.
14 Magnum
Asked For
in an
Air Circuit
Breaker
For nearly 70 years Cutler-Hammer has designed, engineered, and manufactured low voltage circuit breakers and trip units. Our unique product
developments have continually set the standard for quality, reliability, and
extended operating life.
We’re an industry leader in air circuit breaker innovations such as the first
solid-state trip unit, the first microprocessor-based trip unit, zone selective
interlocking, and the DE-ION® arc extinguisher that provides superior arc
quenching. We also innovated the Series C® Moulded Case Circuit Breaker
family that meets all major electrical world standards.
As a result of our extensive experience and worldwide installed base, we’ve
learned that air circuit breaker requirements constantly change. System designers continually demand increased performance, necessitating innovative solutions that provide higher ratings in less space, enhanced safety, and
allow for easier maintenance…plus the increasingly important capabilities
of communications and power quality monitoring and measurement.
Anticipating future electrical distribution system design requirements and industry trends worldwide, Cutler-Hammer engineers and scientists combined their extensive
air and moulded case circuit breaker expertise with input from industry-leading customers.
The result is the next generation of air circuit breakers…the revolutionary Magnum.™
Highest Ratings, Greater Strength, and Expanded Capabilities…in Less Space
We designed the Magnum Air Circuit Breaker with a rigid frame housing, making it structurally stronger while providing greater interrupting and withstand ratings in less space
than any other air circuit breaker. The innovative arc running system enables Magnum to
control the arc direction while also providing for higher interrupting capacity in a smaller
space. This system provides for longer contact life and increased interrupting ratings.
Increased ratings in less space provide opportunities to design more rugged electrical
distribution systems that can handle larger available fault currents, and provide for better
coordination with downstream devices.
We also included capabilities for our customers to use Cutler-Hammer industry-leading
communications and power quality measurement technologies.
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Highest Interruption and Withstand Ratings. Magnum provides the industry’s highest
interrupting ratings available in a physically smaller size.
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Through-the-Door Design. All controls, indicators, and the trip unit are visible and can
be safely accessed without opening the compartment door.
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Common Height and Depth. Each Magnum breaker frame size has the identical height
and depth, a feature unique in the industry.
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A New Family of Trip Units. A full range of Digitrip® Electronic and Programmable Trip
Units has been developed to provide customers a choice of expanded protection, information, power quality measurement, and communication capabilities to meet specific
requirements.
Magnum:
The New
Low Voltage
Air Circuit
Breaker from
Cutler-Hammer
Magnum Application Flexibility
Magnum Breakers are designed for use in low voltage assemblies including switchgear,
switchboards, motor control centres, and transfer switch equipment.
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Magnum
Reliability
and Uptime
Information and
Systems Integration
More Information
Visit our Website
If Your System’s Not Up…It’s Down
Power for Productivity
In today’s electrical distribution systems,
the demand for higher standards of protection and coordination are driven by
demands for a more reliable, more accurate distribution system. A distribution
system that eliminates unnecessary trips,
isolates a fault to ensure minimum downtime, and provides system information
to assist the user to better manage the
system.
Energy costs are rising an average eight
to 10 percent per year…maintenance and
engineering staffs are trying to do more
with less…and electrical power quality is
decreasing. These situations are providing increased pressure on electrical staff
personnel to improve quality.
Cutler-Hammer has developed a complete family of microprocessor-based devices to meet the demands of users and
designers of electrical distribution systems. Our Digitrip OPTIM Programmable
and Digitrip RMS Electronic Trip Units
offer circuit protection, information, integral testing, remote communications,
and energy monitoring functions for low
voltage breakers…while a Digitrip 1150i
Programmable Trip Unit has been engineered exclusively for Magnum Breakers.
A solution is power distribution monitoring because it provides information from
the utility substation all the way down to a
small kW motor…quickly and reliably, empowering maintenance and engineering
to take control of the distribution system.
Data on energy consumption, maintenance requirements, and troubleshooting
are at their fingertips, providing savings in
both time and money. The Cutler-Hammer
IMPACC System uniquely interrogates
the electrical system for necessary firsthand information and displays it with
easy-to-understand software.
Magnum is accessible on-line through
the Cutler-Hammer Internet site. Visit
the Cutler-Hammer homepage at
www.cutlerhammer.eaton.com
and click on Magnum.
Magnum Literature
Additional product literature is available from your local Cutler-Hammer
sales office.
Magnum Breaker Product Aid
(PA.22F.02.S.U) – Bulletised twopage format, including unique
breaker features, ratings, and
dimensional data.
Magnum Product Guide
(PG.22F.01.T.U) – Detailed material on Magnum functions, technology, ratings, dimensions, and
ordering information.
Cutler-Hammer Sales Offices
For a detailed presentation on the
additional benefits and cost savings
that Magnum can create for you,
call your nearest Cutler-Hammer
sales office or distributor.
Copyright Cutler-Hammer Corporation, 1998.
All Rights Reserved
A result is information that is used to
assess the on-line performance of an
installed power system, followed by
intelligent action to keep the system
on-line and productive.
Magnum 15
MAGNUM
LOW VOLTAGE AIR CIRCUIT BREAKERS
For more information on Cutler-Hammer products and services,
call 1-800-525-2000 or 1-616-982-1059, or visit our website at
www.cutlerhammer.eaton.com
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
Publication No. B.22F.01.S.U
September 1998
Printed in U.S.A. / CMS 2301
B22F01SU
Cutler-Hammer, a part of Eaton Corporation, is a worldwide leader providing
customer-driven solutions. From power distribution and electrical control products
to industrial automation, Cutler-Hammer utilizes advanced product development,
world-class manufacturing, and offers global engineering services and support.
Achieving the Industry’s Highest
Interruption and Withstand Ratings
In a New Compact Design
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